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UPDATE: I am one that likes to tinker with things that don't feel right until they're either completely boned, or right on the money. If it's boned, I toss it. This one, I felt boned when mid-detail, the entire thing just died on me. I checked every possible outside solution I could, and had left my first-gen Meguiars polisher at home because the current job was just a quickie and it's been slowing down after 7 years of use (99% chance it's just needing motor brushes to replace). I was left with just a couple options... I could put it away for the time, finish the job by hand, and send it to an unknown technician in a 'qualified' service center, or I could perform an exploratory surgery. I probably violated the warranty, but considering this one was frustrating me from the start, and now I mostly fixed the issue and know what its guts look like up close, who cares? Screw sending it to a technician where they could be working on it for any number of days, which are days it's not working for me bringing in money. Thankfully, my bold choice was rewarded, and instead of boning it, I got it right on the money. Very carefully, pulling one piece at a time off and putting them down in order, taking pictures now and then to make sure I had it right for reassembly... Completely dismantled, and not one thing appeared to be damaged, it was pristine. I felt stumped, but then I remembered if I put pressure on the power coord over its shielding that connects to the unit, before it would give me erratic oscillation. So, I cut that SOB right open, and low and behold, the negative wire was nearly sheered in half. I don't know how this happened, even the guard over that particular spot was flawless in form and left no explanation. I quickly re-wired it, took a deep breath and plugged it in, AND LIFE HAS COME TO MY POLISHER AT LAST! I still get that variable in power occasionally, where a 3800 rockets up to 5800, but it's brief, and only when I actually have pressure on the head now. So, I fixed the polisher, no technician or nothing, and am only about 6" shorter on power coord. Now I can say I'm more impressed with this thing, but still can only give it 4 stars due to the immediate defect I had spent months wondering if I was crazy about. So, for anyone who's had similar issues with theirs, gut it right by the trigger, that unit comes off separate from the motor housing, and check your positive and negative for any splits. It's a simple fix, just unplug it first so you don't kill yourself.
I used the correction kit with this to successfully correct most of the paint issues on my car. The polisher performed flawlessly. Compared to a traditional high speed buffer it is much easier to use and much safer/friendlier to paint. The digital torque load management and ramping startup speed is different than a regular buffer or grinder, but actually part of the magic of why this polisher effectively buffs/polishes yet with little risk to paint, corners, edges, or trim.
It is relatively light weight for what it is. It is built well, and looks easy to maintain. It even comes with spare brushes which can be quickly changed. If I could add three things to this, it would be 1) slightly longer cord (still used with an extension), spring-loaded handle fasteners with quick locks so the handle can rotate without loosening/tightening, and a nice case. These are minor convenience improvements only though.
I am happy with the results from using this. The product performed quite well. I highly recommend it and the paint correction kit if needed.